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Messy Marble Art event provides inexpensive, entertaining crafting fest at DePaul

Stephanie Punda, the assistant director of fitness and wellness, uses a wooden stick to mix around a mixture of shaving cream and colored dyes to create marble art. After you put the dye on the shaving cream and mix it, you press a sheet of paper on top and wipe off the excess shaving cream to get you own artwork.

Connor McEleney, Contributing Writer

May 20, 2019

The Ray hosted the Messy Marble Art event Friday in a room next to Brownstones. The two-hour event took place in the afternoon, and students created small marble art collages with shaving cream, paper towels, colored food dye and a popsicle stick. Spray a paper towel sheet with shaving cream, make a square. ...

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